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marwahmanbir
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:books: The Open Source Education Initiative – a repository with resources for 60+ engineering subjects. Let's make education more open and accessible! :rocket::sparkles:

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OpenEDU[CATION]:rocket:

:wave: Welcome to OpenEDU! We are an open source community contributing to compile a collection of learning resources for Computer Science / IT enthusiasts, or anyone who finds these resources useful to learn something new. :sparkling_heart:

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Useful links to tutorials and guides:

...feel free to add more to the list! :100:

Wish to contribute to this repository? You're the real MVP :star_struck::sparkles:

Notes, eBooks, or any type of learning resources are welcome for contribution to this repository so that students from across the :earth_asia: could be benefited. Make sure to add the resource(s) to their respective subject directory (create one if it doesn't already exist).

Here are the steps to help you along :scroll:

1. Fork This Repository :forkandknife:

You can get your own fork/copy of OpenEDU by using the Fork button or clicking here. Fork Button

2. Clone This Repository :bustsinsilhouette:

You need to clone (download a copy of) this repository to your local machine using

sh
$ git clone https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git

This makes a local copy of repository in your machine. Once you have cloned the

OpenEDU
repository in GitHub, move to that folder first using change directory command on linux and Mac. ```sh

This will change directory to a folder OpenEDU

$ cd OpenEDU ``` Move to this folder for all other commands.

3. Set It Up :wrench:

Run the following commands to see that your local copy has a reference to your forked remote repository in GitHub :octocat:

sh
$ git remote -v
origin  https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (fetch)
origin  https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (push)
Now, lets add a reference to the original OpenEDU repository using
sh
$ git remote add upstream https://github.com/marwahmanbir/OpenEDU.git

This adds a new remote named upstream. See the changes using

sh
$ git remote -v
origin    https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (fetch)
origin    https://github.com/Your_Username/OpenEDU.git (push)
upstream  https://github.com/marwahmanbir/OpenEDU.git (fetch)
upstream  https://github.com/marwahmanbir/OpenEDU.git (push)

4. Ready, Set, Go! :turtle::rabbit2:

Once you have completed these steps, you are ready to start contributing by checking our

Help Wanted
Issues and creating pull requests.

5. Create A New Branch :herb:

Whenever you are going to make contribution. Please create separate branch using command and keep your

master
branch clean (i.e. synced with remote branch). ```sh

It will create a new branch with name BranchName and switch to branch FolderName

$ git checkout -b Folder_Name

Create a separate branch for contribution and try to use same name of branch as of folder.
To switch to desired branch
sh

To switch from one folder to other

$ git checkout Folder_Name

To add the changes to the branch. Use
sh

To add all files to branch Folder_Name

$ git add .

Type in a message relevant for the code reviewer using
sh

This message get associated with all files you have changed

$ git commit -m 'relevant message' ```

6. Push The Changes To Your Remote Repository :rocket:

# To push your work to your remote repository
$ git push -u origin Folder_Name

7. Finally, Make a PR! :fire:

Go to your repository in browser and click on

compare and pull requests
. Then add a title and description to your pull request that explains your precious effort.

8. All done!? Time to partyyy! :heart_eyes::tada:

And don't forget to invite me to the party (if you'd like) :p


Created with :sparkling_heart:, by Manbir with an ambition to make education more open, accessible and free for all. :sparkles:

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